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Yom HaZikaron in Israel

Is Yom HaZikaron a Public Holiday?

Yom HaZikaron is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Yom HaZikaron Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedApr 22Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2016WedMay 11Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2017MonMay 1Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2018WedApr 18Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2019WedMay 8Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2020TueApr 28Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2021WedApr 14Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2022WedMay 4Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2023TueApr 25Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2024MonMay 13Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew
2025WedApr 30Yom HaZikaronObservance, Hebrew

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